Author: Jake Plocher



Ian Book’s nation-leading completion percentage. Since winning the starting job for this year’s Irish football team, Book’s consistency completing passes has led the Irish to their 10-0 record. In the Northwestern game, Book’s 78.9 completion percentage in the second half helped to lift the Irish over the Wildcats.


Pool records broken at the Nov. 2-3 home swimming and diving meet. Two of these records came from Zach Yeadon and one from Marci Barta. A great meet led the women to 7-0-1 to continue their undefeated season and a split win for the men’s team

8:58.55 — Zach Yeadon’s pool record in the 1000 free.

4:20.34 — Zach Yeadon’s pool record in the 500 free.

3:49.75 — Marci Barta’s pool record in the 400 IM.


2012 graduate Becca Huffer’s score at the LPGA Q-Series. Huffer is the first women’s LPGA Tour member from Notre Dame. In her senior year, she led the team in scoring average, rounds in the 70s and top-10 finishes as a captain.


Players on the robotic football roster to play in the season opener against Valparaiso. The robotic football team designs and builds every robot: the players range from quarter- backs who can locate receivers, centers that snap the ball, and running backs that sprint down the sideline.